Hilton Head Prep’s girls saw their season come to an end with a 41-27 loss to Oakbrook Prep in the SCISA 2A quarterfinals Tuesday at Heathwood Hall.
Hilton Head Prep’s boys saw their dreams of a second consecutive state title end in heartbreaking fashion Monday, as the Dolphins lost 65-58 in overtime to Christian Academy of Myrtle Beach in the second round of the SCISA 2A state tournament at the Sumter Civic Center.
Hilton Head Prep baseball dropped its season opener Saturday, falling 6-3 to visiting Augusta Christian.
Hilton Head Prep’s girls knocked off No. 2 seed Marlboro Academy on Saturday at the Sumter Civic Center, winning 39-24 in the first round of the SCISA 2A state tournament.
Hilton Head Prep’s boys breezed into the second round of the SCISA 2A state tournament with a 60-29 win over Shannon Forest on Friday in Sumter.
The SCISA basketball state tournament brackets are set, and eight Lowco area teams are set to embark on their quests for a state title.
Hilton Head Prep’s Jerry Faulkner claimed another region Coach of the Year award, and Bethesda Academy’s Robert Moore was named Player of the Year in SCISA Region 4 boys basketball.
John Paul II’s Tkai DeVore was voted the region Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, and Hilton Head Christian Academy’s Kenny Conroy earned Coach of the Year honors in SCISA Region 4 girls basketball.
Riding a hot stretch late in the season, the Hilton Head Christian Academy boys were looking for a statement win at home against rival Hilton Head Prep. Instead, the Dolphins made another statement of their own, picking up a resounding 69-45 victory Tuesday night.
Needing seven points to reach 1,000 in her final regular-season home game, it was destined to be Jasmine Campbell’s night. The star Hilton Head Christian Academy senior poured in 20 points Tuesday night to pass the coveted mark in a 45-22 win over rival Hilton Head Prep.